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Woman charged in cousin’s fatal shooting in Skokie hotel
Lesly Coronel, 22, was celebrating her birthday at the Hampton Inn at 5201 Old Orchard Road last Friday evening. Police said they were called to the hotel for reports of shots fired. When police arrived, they found Coronel with a gunshot wound. Coronel was taken to the hospital where she died from h
Des Plaines Blotter: Man Denied Cigars Tips Over Bread Rack | Journal & Topics Media Group
A woman told police she received a telephone call at 11:48 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 1 from a man claiming to be with the Social Security Administration. He told her that her Social Security number had been used in money laundering, drug distribution and trafficking in Texas. He emailed the woman an arre
Man charged with fatally shooting prominent attorney
After the shooting, police tracked Gately to his apartment, where he barricaded himself inside. He was taken into custody hours later after about 90 police officers responded to the scene.
Brother-In-Law Charged With Murdering Northfield Attorney
NORTHFIELD, IL — A brother-in-law of the prominent attorney shot to death Monday evening has been charged with his murder. John Gateley, III was charged with first-degree murder and attempted first degree murder in the fatal shooting of Stephen Shapiro, 72, according to a spokesperson for the Cook C
Plum Grove Hills, Palatine, Illinois - August 2018
Plum Grove Hills is a single family neighborhood built in the 1970's and 1980's. Plum Grove Hills is located in Palatine, Illinois east of Quentin Road and north of Euclid Avenue. There are currently 8 homes for sale ranging from $399,000 to $615,000.
Prominent attorney fatally shot in suburban Chicago home
NORTHFIELD, Ill. (AP)- Police say an attorney who argued 30 cases before the U.S. Supreme Court has been fatally shot during a domestic altercation inside his suburban Chicago home.The Cook County medical examiner's office says 71-year-old Steve Shapiro died in the Monday night attack in Northfield.
Park Ridge Blotter: Teen Faces Stolen Vehicle, Alcohol Charges, More | Journal & Topics Media Group
Samira Jabeen, 37, of 527 Dempster St. #2W, Mount Prospect, was charged with leaving the scene of an accident and failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident. She allegedly struck another vehicle at Oakton Street and Northwest Highway at 5:35 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 8. She allegedly left the scene as
Police Reports: Downers Grove and Westmont for Aug. 15
Sabriana L. Young, 23, of the 2900 block of 66th Street, Chicago, was charged at 8:15 a.m. July 31 with battery at Kohl’s, 2900 Finley Road.
Niles Dairy Queen owner donates 200 sundaes monthly to children's hospital
Rob Wagner, known as the Ice Cream Man, makes life a little sweeter for kids battling cancer.As the owner of a Dairy Queen in Niles, Wagner donates 200 sundaes every second Friday of the month to young patients in Advocate Children's Hospital's pediatric oncology unit in Park Ridge.Wagner has been s
Texas ‘Most Wanted Sex Offender’ captured in Glendale Heights, officials say
GLENDALE HEIGHTS, Ill. — Aconvicted child molester from Texas, who was on the state’s “10 Most Wanted Sex Offenders” list was captured in a Chicago suburb.
Charges announced in slaying of Northfield attorney
John Gately III is charged with first-degree murder and attempted first-degree murder in theshooting of 72-year-old Stephen Shapiro, according to Tandra Simonton, a spokeswoman for the Cook County State's Attorney's Office.
6 Dogs Rescued From Tinley Park House Fire
TINLEY PARK, IL — Six dogs were rescued from a house fire Tuesday night in Tinley Park, Northern Illinois FireGround Alerts reports. The dogs were breathing and conscious, according to an online post.
Registration Continues for Oct. 13 Food Truck Rally and Sunset 5K
Registration is open for College of DuPage's 2018 Food Truck Rally and Sunset 5K, Presented by DuPage Medical Group, which will take place on Saturday, Oct. 13, from 2 to 8 p.m. on the College's Glen Ellyn campus, with a new VIP hour from 1 to 2 p.m.
Blowing Man May Have Been Trying To Drug Woman At Mall: Cops
SCHAUMBURG, IL — A woman shopping at Woodfield Mall told Schaumburg police Monday that a man might have tried drugging after blowing in her direction, according to the Daily Herald. The woman was not hurt in the incident, and investigators don't believe there's a threat to the public, the report add
Multi-Screen Movie Theater, Restaurant Coming To Westmont
WESTMONT, IL — A vacant storefront in Westmont will soon be home to a multi-screen movie theater that's likely to give a boost to the area's economy. In mid-July the Westmont Village Board approved construction of the 36,000 square foot complex, which will also bring a gym and a restaurant to that c
Thousands Of Ice Cream Sundaes Donated To Kids Battling Cancer
PARK RIDGE, IL — For years, the owner of a Niles ice cream shop has supported kids undergoing treatment for childhood cancers. Rob Wagner, owner of the Dairy Queen donates 200 ice cream sundaes one Friday a month to patients at the pediatric oncology unit of Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridg
Heavy Storms Don't Stop Niles National Night Out | Journal & Topics Media Group
Olivia Aygar, 1, of Niles, cautiously pets Shadow, the 15-foot Burmese python, as animal handler Jim Galeno of JG’s Reptile Roadshow looks on during National Night Out at Our Lady of Ransom Catholic Church.
'Tax-Zapping' Westmont, Downers Grove Restaurants Hid Sales: Feds
CHICAGO — A federal grand jury last week indicted the owner of restaurants in Westmont and Downer's Grove on charges they falsified tax returns, prosecutors said. Federal investigators have been focusing on sales suppression software and other ways that restaurants owners hide revenue by falsifying
Woman Charged With Involuntary Manslaughter In Skokie Hotel Shooting
Ariana Alcala, 23, has been charged with involuntary manslaughter, according to the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office.
White supremacist group fliers found in downtown Wheaton
"I think we only found a couple, and we removed them because they were in violation of the city's posting ordinance," Youker said.